Built in 1921 and designed by renowned architect Thomas Lamb, the historic State Theatre thrived well into the 1960s. Transformed back into a handsome facility for live performance after a period of neglect, the venue reopened as a non-profit performing arts center in April 1988, and the press and public raved about its visual and acoustical splendors. Learn more about our history over the last 100 years.
We are kicking off our yearlong celebration by collecting and sharing personal stories related to the State Theatre from patrons, donors, staff, community leaders, and more. We want to hear your story! You can also upload photos—and you might see your story featured on our social media channels, in commemoration of State Theatre's anniversary in 2021!
Listen to our exclusive artist interviews for behind-the-scene stories and a closer look into our exciting upcoming performances and events.
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